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Happy Fathers Day for all of the dads out there!
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linebacker Patrick Onwuasor should have plenty of opportunities for playing time this season. Despite an up and down 2018, he shined in the playoffs with a 92.4 overall. Is it Onwuasor's time to shine? (rankings include wild card and divisional round)
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PFF BAL Ravens May 31
Sophomore TE Hayden Hurst says he's added "20 pounds of muscle." (via ). "I'm kind of on a mission this year, I have a lot to prove." Hurst saw just 21 targets and a 67.0 grade on 290 snaps a season ago. A healthy, determined Hurst is a good sign for 2019.
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PFF Fantasy Football Jun 13
How will Lamar Jackson’s rushing ability impact his fantasy stock for 2019?? PFF Fantasy projections are now updated for all NFL skill players. Be sure to unlock that PFF subscription before the fantasy season ramps up!
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PFF BAL Ravens Jun 14
QB Lamar Jackson had a lot of play action calls in his rookie season. When in play action, Jackson averaged 8.8 yards per attempt compared to his 5.9 when not running it. With Jackson’s dangerous legs, the will look to continue the play action.
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PFF BAL Ravens Jun 11
A player to watch as we get closer to the season is tight end Mark Andrews. In 2018, Andrews ranked #1 in overall grade among rookie tight ends. He also had the most yards out of the class and a 129.9 passer rating when targeted. 2019 could be even better.
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PFF BAL Ravens Jun 13
corner Iman Marshall was a standout at USC. He forced a 30.2% incompletion rate in his last season. Also, his run-defense grade and tackling grade were the best among corners in his class (min. 200 snaps). Will he shine in a crowded cornerback room?
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PFF BAL Ravens May 30
Great article from on the additions of Pernell McPhee and Shane Ray. The article goes in-depth on the players career numbers and the impact they can have! A must read for all fans on what to expect!
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PFF BAL Ravens Jun 12
One of the newest joins the at spot 18. Although not playing much last season, Earl Thomas was still a stud. He ranked in the top-3 of safeties for the first 4 weeks and will look to bring that intensity to Baltimore.
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PFF BAL Ravens Jun 12
Replying to @ravensnation808
It was, but these numbers are from a minimum of 500 snaps. Pierce played less than 500 snaps in 2018.
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PFF BAL Ravens Jun 12
Terrell Suggs may be on the Cardinals now, but the former edge defender was great in Baltimore. He holds two of the best single seasons for a Raven in the PFF-era. Ed Reed also makes the list twice as he was dominant in his run in Baltimore.
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PFF BAL Ravens May 29
Marshal Yanda has the best game ever for any player we have graded! A few other players from Baltimore make this list of the 100 best single-game performances in the PFF-era.
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PFF BAL Ravens Jun 11
A player to watch as we get closer to the season is tight end Mark Andrews. In 2018, Andrews ranked #1 in overall grade among rookie tight ends. He also had the most yards out of the class and a 129.9 passer rating when targeted. 2019 could be even better.
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PFF BAL Ravens May 29
The were great in coverage last season and should look to keep that up with the addition of Earl Thomas.
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PFF BAL Ravens Jun 10
Judon had a middle of the pack season in 2018 with a 66.9 grade, but his best week came against the Raiders in week 12. He finished with a 91.0 overall grade that week and a 91.1 pass rush. That week he amassed 3 sacks which tied for the most sacks that week!
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PFF BAL Ravens May 27
Great article on the top offensive lineman in pure pass sets! Read about how lineman has become one of the best pass blockers in football. 👇
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PFF BAL Ravens May 26
The backfield has plenty of talent with the additions of Mark Ingram and Justice Hill. Add in back Gus Edwards and this can become a scary rotation. How will the team use these backs in a room with so many mouths to feed?
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PFF BAL Ravens Jun 9
New receiver Miles Boykin made quite a few explosive plays last season. He finished with 27 explosive plays which tied for 14th in the draft class. With the addition of Boykin and Brown, the offense could be dynamic.
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PFF BAL Ravens Jun 8
edge defender Tim Williams will be called upon next season. Last season, he finished with a 74.2 overall grade which ranked 5th among second year edge defenders with at least 100 snaps. For stats on every Raven, go here:
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